Noughty Dealcoholized Red Wine - Rouge - Syrah - Thomson and Scott - Ingredients Label

Noughty Alcohol-Free Rouge | 0% | Thomson & Scott | Dealcoholized Red Wine

Regular price £9.49
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Noughty Rouge is a delicious, well-balanced dealcoholized red wine that is deep ruby red.
Hints of ripe red fruit, crushed black pepper, dried rose petal and candied cherries and subtle French oak tannins.
Noughty's red wine has been dealcoholized to less than 0.5% ABV, yet retaining the rich flavour of this beautifully crafted 'rouge' wine.
Product description

Noughty Rouge by Thomson & Scott has been dealcoholized to less than 0.5% ABV and yet retains the rich flavour of this beautifully crafted bottle.

With just 14 calories per glass and only 2.5g of sugar per 100ml, it's the perfect alternative to your usual alcoholic red wine.

The bottle contains less than 150mg per litre of sulphites and is gluten-free.

Vintage: Non-Vintage

Varietal: 100% Syrah

Vineyards: Produced with Syrah grapes from dryland-farmed vineyards in Darling, South Africa. The grapes are grown in strategically selected sites, which get the warm sunny and cooling effect of the Atlantic Ocean.  Deep soils from decomposed granite and rich clay help to provide good drainage.

Winemaking: Dealcoholized to 0.5% ABV using a gently spun cone technology under vacuum and at low temperature to ensure that the wine retains its distinctive body, colour and flavour.

Tasting Notes: Noughty Rouge is a deliciously well-balanced red wine that is deep ruby red with hints of ripe red fruit, crushed black pepper, dried rose petal and candied cherries integrated with French oak tannins.

Pairing: Great alternative to any elegant alcoholic red wine to be paired accordingly.


Alcohol: Less than 0.5% Vol.
Residual Sugar: 2.5g/100ml
Kcal: 14/100ml
Sulphur Dioxide: Less than 150mg/l

Shipping & Return


Shipping is charged at a flat rate depending on the weight of your order. For orders with 0-2Kg of goods, the fee is £3.95. For orders over 2Kg, the delivery fee is £5.95 and delivery is free regardless of weight when you spend £40 or more in a single order. 

Processing time:

As soon as we receive your order, we get to work packing it and preparing it for dispatch. Orders are always dispatched within 24 hours of receipt and often the same day. Once your package has been shipped, you will receive tracking information via email so that you can follow your parcel’s progress. We do not operate on weekends, so orders on a weekend will be begin their processing time on Monday morning.

Standard Delivery to the UK: Up to 3 business days

Next day options may be available at checkout depending on the availability of products in your order.

Please take public holidays into consideration when expecting your delivery and that we cannot dispatch on those days.

Shipping Fees:DestinationDelivery TimeCost (up to £50 Order Value – Free over £50)

United Kingdom (0-2Kg) 2 – 3 Business Days £3.95

United Kingdom (2+Kg) 2 – 4 Business Days £5.95

Rest of World - Contact us if overseas


Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Victor Darteh
Paid for next day delivery by 3pm - it never happened

I paid for next day delivery by 3pm and got my package 4 days after. Bad customer service

karen Burbidge

this wine is amazing and came so quickly

Claire R
The best Alcohol Free Red Wine

This red wine has been a game-changer! After giving up drinking over a year ago, last Christmas I really missed having a glass of red wine on a cold evening. So many alcohol-free/low-alcohol wines taste too sweet or miss the mark. This one is great - love it! And the delivery from U & I Drinks was so quick - awesome service!

julia fitzgerald

Excellent delivered on all levels :)

Mitchell Peplow
Almost there, definitely the best I’ve tried so far

Title says it all really. I’ve tried a lot of AF reds. Most are no good, even for fish and chips, in fact you may as well drink vinegar instead. This red however is different.

I heard about it on BBC Radio 4 and it’s how they chill it and remove the alcohol that intrigued me, so naturally I had to give it a go. Struggled to get hold of it as demand had gone through the roof, but managed to get a couple of bottles.

Before I opened them, I messaged the company and asked how it should be drank, i.e. does it need to be chilled, breathe etc. They suggested slightly chilled, with a meal, no breathing time as it’s not aged, and think of it as a light new aged red. This is exactly how it tastes and should be thought of.

It’s not dark, it’s light, but it does retain some tannins and it’s actually pleasurable to drink. I do agree it’s better slight cooler and with a meal it’s perfect as your not sipping it purely looking for the tasting notes as with a meal it’s more about just having liquid in the mouth.

If they can somehow intensify the flavour and get even more tannins in, this will be the worlds best number one alcohol free red wine hands down, I kid you not.